He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree. (Roy L. Smith)

Tomorrow is Christmas, and we might well be thinking about the gifts that we will give and receive. Certainly, the children are in high anticipation of what “Santa” may bring them. But Smith cautions us to think more seriously about what is at the heart of Christmas. It is a gift, to be sure—the gift of God’s Son to provide the way that we could know Him.

The one and only Son, . . . is himself God and is in closest relationship with the Father, [He] has made him (God) known (John 1:18